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Sep 8, 2012 4:50pm EDT
in affordability and offerings in major cities like new york and los angeles are substantially behind hong kong, amsterdam, copenhagen and tokyo, many of the countries have aggress -- pursued aggressive technologies, such as open access nonbundling, greater public investment in network infrastructure by local and national governments. in the u.s., competition in the residential and small business market is dwindling. the recently approved purchase of section by verizon by several of the largest cable companies, along with joint marketing and operating agreements, singling an end to broadband competition, both verizon and at&t have. -- leaving cable companies as the only future high speed option for consumers and small businesses, and 3/4 of the nation going forward. there are some bright spots for the u.s. national education and research networks including the national land to rail internet two are pushing the boundaries of networking speeds, publicly owned and community networks in shat chattanooga, lafayette and bristol, virginia are offering world class speeds and connectivity to residents o
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